Advantage Apparel offering free banners to high school seniors

A local sign business is doing their part to spread some cheer to high school seniors.

Posted: Mar 28, 2020 4:15 PM

TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI)—It's important to encourage each other as much as possible during this time. That's why Advantage Apparel is doing something special for high school seniors.

"We're offering up a free banner as a congratulations for their accomplishments this year,” said Terris Ayres. He is the owner of Long Horn Apparel & Graphics, also known as Advantage Apparel.

Ayres wants high school seniors to know their hard work isn't going un-noticed.

"We're just wanting to encourage those seniors to go ahead and finish out the year and it's quite an accomplishment for them to get that diploma,” said Ayres.

And to do that Terris is offering a 2 foot by 3 foot banner free of charge to high school seniors in Tippecanoe, Clinton and Carroll counties.

"For the seniors to graduate that is a big accomplishment,” said Ayres. “I mean for some students it may be a little bit easier for them to get through high school and for others it's a little bit more of a challenge."

Seniors will log on to the company website. There's a link provided for seniors to design their banner. Once they have completed the design process they'll simply enter in a coupon code provided on the site and order.

"As a business owner we are very excited to see people get their diplomas,” said Ayres.

Terris hopes this will remind seniors to keep pushing and not to give up during this uncomfortable time.

"We've been blessed with the ability to offer this and this is just merely something we want to show people what can be done when we come together as a community,” said Ayres.

Advantage Apparel is also offering surrounding counties 50% off banners and they are also doing the same thing for surrounding states.

They're encouraging customers to order on their website which you can find by clicking here.

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